Voters who will not participate in the 2020 Elections have gained a new way to justify their absence. The Superior Electoral Court (TSE) released this Wednesday (30) an update of the e-Título application that allows you to perform the justification by cell phone or tablet to avoid disputes with the Electoral Justice.
The novelty, present in version 2.1 of the e-Título, only allows you to justify voting after the election. The TSE, however, says it works on version 2.2 of the application, which will include an option to present the justification during voting hours. The first round of the 2020 Elections takes place on November 15 and the second, if necessary, on November 29.
The e-Title can also be useful for those who will participate in these elections. The application gathers information about the voter’s title and can be presented on the day of the vote in place of the paper version of the document. The tool also indicates the user’s voting session and provides information about their voting situation.
In addition to the application, voters can justify their absence during voting hours at any polling station or through the system justifies, on the TSE website. With it, just enter your personal information and point to which election the justification is being made.
TSE website will not count in the data franchise
In the coming weeks, voters will be able to freely access the Electoral Justice website by cell phone without having discounts on their data franchise. This is because operators Claro, Oi, TIM, Vivo, Algar and Sercomtel announced that they will grant the domain zero rating in 4G to facilitate access to content about the 2020 Elections.
The Electoral Justice page answers questions about the vote and provides information on fact-checking. The site also offers tips on the precautions to be taken with the election amid the pandemic of the new coronavirus. Access without discount in the data franchise will be valid until November 29.